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Synonyms for demonic

Synonyms for demonic

extremely evil or cruel

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This demonically angry young woman embodies the countercultural hatred of her father's America: her whole life has become a refutation of her father's values.
But no matter, wherever Annabelle goes, trouble seems sure to follow, in the form of mysteriously slamming doors and malfunctioning appliances (TV, oven, sewing machine), all of which Leonetti milks for every ounce of ominous portent (though, really, there's only so much one can do with a demonically possessed tin of stove-top popcorn).
Walker is coerced into a partnership with Wild West sheriff Roy Pulsipher (Jeff Bridges), forming a demonically dull duo who share no tangible chemistry.
The film stars Eric Bana as a New York City Police Department police officer and Edgar Ramirez as a renegade priest who convinces him that elements in a bizarre crime case are demonically related.
But as if demonically possessed--like my rifle earlier that day--the split second that I finished the trigger squeeze Conrad's camera battery ran to zero and shut down.
As he grew up, some of his friends were demonically destructive, while others were skilled at liberating boxcar loads of beer (literally).
The former, whose hero is a young engineer from Hamburg, takes place in a tuberculosis sanatorium in the Swiss Alps; the latter, an allegorical life of a demonically inspired composer, is set mainly in Munich and its environs.
All submissions, including questions and clarifications, should be sent demonically to Barry Shore at bshore@unh.
Spawning two increasingly comic sequels it made stars of its embattled protagonist Bruce Campbell - chain-sawing off his own demonically possessed hand and pinning it down with a leather-bound copy of Hemingway's A Farewell To Arms - and its director Sam 'Spiderman' Raimi.
In Jonathan Kent's thrillingly raw production for last years Glyndebourne Festival, Gerald Finley portrayed the title character as demonically rapacious.
In the course of defending himself, Proctor has been forced to admit publicly to an adulterous liaison with Abigail, one of the young girls claiming to be demonically possessed.
Ryan Moohan, playing Jonathan Harker, seemed to have too matter-of-fact an approach, and even towards the climax when Harker must bear witness to his dear wife Mina (played excellently by Eleanor Kilroy) being demonically defiled by the Prince of Darkness himself, it did not seem to provoke any real jealousy or outrage.
There was, as we know, an entirely different plan demonically devised for them, and it unfolded prophetically on that day when the local police, eager to fulfill their grim commission, came knocking at Starzynski's door.
boils up to the top of Cesaire's demonically diasporic gumbo, as in "niggers and redskins massacred" (negres ou de peaux rouges massacres) in "Disaster.